The Bachelor: Greatest Seasons Ever: Season 1, episode 8 recap


The Bachelor: Greatest Seasons Ever revisits Jason Mesnick’s season!

The Bachelor: Greatest Seasons Ever went back in time to show us Jason Mesnick’s season of The Bachelor. You’ll remember Jason as the runner-up during season 4 of The Bachelorette. But he got another chance at finding love starring as the lead in season 13. Many women were thrilled to meet the divorcee, who was also a single dad. His controversial season included several women who fell for him fast.

Let’s meet the women of Jason Mesnick’s season

Naomi Crespo was a flight attendant who loved adventure. She claimed she was ready to settle down, but Jason was afraid he would clip her wings. They went on to have the strangest hometown date ever. There was a hula hoop contest, Naomi’s mom was a firm believer in reincarnation, and Jason gave a eulogy for a dove.

Lauren Burnham thought she was receiving the first impression rose. But instead, Jason gave her a cute little cake to celebrate her birthday. During a group date, Lauren was upset Naomi received the group date rose instead of her. Lauren was very upfront and kept Jason on his toes.

Shannon Bair knew several facts about Jason before she arrived at the mansion. She knew about his family and his birthday. Jason was a little creeped out by how much she knew already. The other women in the house were embarrassed for her. Their first kiss was awkward and had Shannon question her obsession with Jason.

Stephanie Hogan and Jason bonded since Stephanie was a single mom. Her daughter had a birthday while she was on The Bachelor. Jason had her daughter come out for a visit, and Stephanie was delighted. Their family date brought them even closer together.

The Bachelor: Greatest Seasons Ever Quarantine Check-in

Chris Harrison chatted with Stephanie to hear how she was doing now. Her daughter, Sophia, joined the chat. She’s much older now, and both women are doing well. Sophia and Jason’s son, Ty, are now social media friends, and she couldn’t stop giggling while talking about Ty.

Chris checked in with Jillian Harris, who had a painful past she shared with Jason. Jillian had the first date with Jason and shared some stories about her time on The Bachelor. She’s friends with Jason and even decorated his daughter Riley’s room. Jillian went on to be the Bachelorette and is married to her finalist Justin Pasutto. They had to postpone their summer wedding because of COVID, but the couple is happy with two kids.

Jason’s final two women

Melissa Mycroft and Molly Malaney were Jason’s final two women and he had incredible connections with both of them. In the end, he made a huge mistake which led to Jason saying goodbye to Molly. She commented on Jason making a mistake and worrying about him getting hurt again. Jason proposed to Melissa, but his story didn’t end there.

During the After The Final Rose special, Jason explained how his chemistry with Melissa changed a few months after the show. He ended his relationship with Melissa on-air and then pursued Molly again. Melissa and Chris discussed her time on The Bachelor. She still lives in Dallas and has three kids now.

Jason and Molly decided to see where their relationship would go. It worked out very well, and they had a televised wedding on a rainy day. They have been married for ten years now!

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Next week, The Bachelor: Greatest Seasons Ever will show us Nick Viall’s season of The Bachelor.

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